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Discussion in 'Fat Intimacy' started by Kawaii Pudding, Mar 25, 2015.
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White male reporting in.
My first major fat girl crush was Mia Amber Davis in 2000's comedy smash hit Road trip.
Since then I've dated a few WOC.
I think that when we talk about this it is important to understand that there is a difference between "I have a sexual attraction to people of a different race" and "race play".
It's a great shame that race is still such an issue for people in this day and age. It's maybe more or an issue in the USA - in the UK immigration and religious differences are a bigger issue than actual skin color. I love black women and am in a relationship with a black BBW. She often says people are staring at us because we are 'different' but I couldn't care less TBH
Reverse interracial I've never heard of...reverse cowgirl, though, yeah!! It's hard to see color when my eyes are buried in cleavage or bellies, and the all feeling third eye has no color vision...
as a mixed individual, i find it interesting to hear the term "reverse" used in conjunction with a word stemming from "race," which seems to indicate that the reference should, at first, stem from one ethnicity, and all other instances are secondary. can't be "reverse interracial"...the term "interracial" itself means between races.
either way, date/marry whomever. it is always nice to see couples that break conventions, though. makes my heart smile.
Ever noticed it's never called 'interracial' when the porn involves a black woman and a white man? A black woman in porn is almost always paired of with a white guy and no big deal is made out of it. What's that they call the woman, ebony? It's ALWAYS ebony. LOL. Ditto with Asian woman and white guy.
It's only referred to interracial when it involves the 'forbidden fruit'...black man with white woman. And oh yeah, they will find the darkest of the dark black man and blondest of the blondest white woman to make a point.
And honestly, as a black woman, I've never felt undesirable because of my skin tone with men of ANY race.
Personally for me skin color is't a determining factor in whether or not I'm attracted to them. I have dated women of various skin tones. I don't concern myself with what others make think of my choices when it comes to dating.
Me as a young, Millenial Afro Canadian with no race-or-colorism fetishes issues, stumbling unto this thread:
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